Producer Says Fans May Be Both 'Disappointed' and 'Satisfied' with Upcoming Season

Producer Says Fans May Be Both 'Disappointed' and 'Satisfied' with Upcoming Season

While the show's creators have promised "justice for Barb" in Season Two, it looks like an actual return from the grave is definitively off the table.

Sadly, Barb is still not coming back.

"People still think Barb's alive", an exasperated Levy said on Facebook Live.

While talking to The Hollywood Reporter, "Stranger Things" season 2 executive producer Shawn Levy admitted that the sophomore run of the show is indeed "darker" and "more ambitious" than its predecessor. I don't know that there's a bounce back from that! Taking place in the fictional town of Hawkins in the USA, the show - set in the 80s - followed the usually ordinary story of a boy gone missing. "If you want more Stranger Things 3-3/4" action figures then make sure to pick up the entire first wave. For the second season, Harbour says that Stranger Things will definitely be taking a chance.

It's the news Stranger Things fans don't want to hear, but they'll have to accept: fan-favourite Barb is lost to the Upside Down, and she's never coming back. Some aspects of the series that some fans my not like and be disappointed by, but the point of the second season was to take risks, according to Harbour. "But you can't try to recreate vanilla". However, we would suggest that Funko go with these three-packs: Joyce Byers, Chief Jim Hopper, and Martin Brenner; as well as Jonathan Byers, Nancy Wheeler, and Battle Damage Steve Harrington.

"I think everyone has some Barb in them".

You will soon be able to enact your very own "Stranger Things" storylines with the August release of a set of action figures from toy maker Funko. "It's all further in terms of going on this journey".

"So people who found season one too scary for them, probably you're going to be more scared by season two", he added.

I am not usually a big fan of "retro style" figures, but if there's one franchise ideal for the treatment, it's the nostalgia-laden aesthetic of Stranger Things.

You can see why we're confused!